Monday, October 21 2019 at 7:30 PM
Join the South Dakota Symphony’s visionary Lakota Music Project for a rare opportunity to hear one of the highest achievements of the “Indianist” movement in music. “The Hako,” a 1923 string quartet by Arthur Farwell, is based on a Pawnee ceremony symbolizing peace and tranquility. The late David McAllester, a central scholar of Native American music, acclaimed this work for a “breadth and exaltation” that was profoundly inspired by “cosmic” indigenous music and ritual. Presented by the PostClassical Ensemble, the Cathedral’s Ensemble-in-Residence.